KTH applications 090212 ppt - KTH Engine applications...

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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 1 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede Master of Science Senior Application Manager Wärtsilä Power Plants Internet: mobile +46/70 591 50 79 E-mail: [email protected]
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 2 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 Applications of IC-engines Fuel Emissions Economics
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 3 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 Mechanical drives: square4 Propellers square4 Compressors square4 Pumps Power generation: Gensets An IC-engine can drive various loads under different operating conditions:
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 4 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 Marine engines with propulsion systems square6 Four and two stroke diesel engines square6 Dual fuel gas engines square6 Propulsion systems square6 Containerised and modular generating sets for ships and off-shore facilities square6 Power range 0.5 - 80 MW
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 5 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 Products to Oil & Gas Industry Diesel/Gas engine driver Generator Pump Gas compressor
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 6 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 PT 1 pumping station, Melut, Sudan 2004, 18 x Wärtsilä12V32
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 7 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 Compression set
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 8 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 Power Plant lay-out
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 9 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 Engine power plant
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 10 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 + 30000 21250 Type lay out “Town”
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 11 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 Type lay out “Town”
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 12 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 50DF Gas Power Plant 90’ / 27433 Section Exhaust Gas Silencer LT-/HT- Water Expansion Vessel + 64’ / + 19510 Rupture Disc Engine Generator Set Generator Duct Optional Roof Monitor Charge Air Filter Ventilation Unit (Aux.area) Central Cooler (optional) Engine Auxiliary Module Gas Regulating Unit Ventilation Unit (Engine hall) + 42’- 8” / + 13000 + 30’- 4” / + 9349 Minimum rec. overhauling height +23’-1’’/+7030 Exh. gas & Charge air module
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 13 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 Sangachal 18X18V50DF, 300 MW Dual Fuel Power Plant
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 14 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 CHP Plant lay-out
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 15 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 Optimal heat recovery of a hot water CHP plant
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 16 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 Hot water skid for W20V34SG
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Feb. 12, 2009 Thomas Stenhede 17 KTH Engine applications Stockholm Feb. 12, 2009 Type lay out “Field”
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  • Internal combustion engine, Diesel engine, Electricity generation, KTH, Thomas Stenhede, Engine applications Stockholm

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